A Level Results 2022
Pupils and staff at Skegness Academy have been celebrating their A Level grades!
The Academy is pleased to announce a year of commendable results for pupils who despite the challenges of the pandemic, quickly adapted to remote learning and showed incredible determination and resilience. The results are a testament to their hard work and the Academy is delighted to be able to support pupils in their next steps – many of whom will be the first in their family to attend university.
While all pupils have done incredibly well, there are some standout individual achievements. These include:
- Tyler Brown achieved a B in sociology, a Distinction* in an extended certificate of applied law and a Distinction in an extended certificate of health and social care. Tyler is going to the University of Huddersfield to study social work.
- Sarah Bradbrook, who successfully achieved three Distinction*s in an extended diploma of sport and physical activity. Sarah has an unconditional offer for the University of Lincoln to study sport development and coaching.
- Morgan Buxton earned a Distinction in an extended certificate of travel and tourism and a Distinction Merit in a diploma of art and design and will be going to the University of Salford to study Architecture.
- Ethan Clarke, who is celebrating three Distinction*s in an extended diploma in sport and physical activity and has secured employment at Butlins while studying sport coaching and sport business.
- Jack Gowshaw achieved three Distinction*s in an extended diploma of sport and physical activity. Jack has secured his place at Nottingham Trent University where he will study sport science and coaching.
- Cerys Maye, who earned a Distinction* Distinction in a diploma of art and design and a Distinction in an extended certificate of applied law and will be going to Northumbria University to study interior design.
- Jeniffer Simpson who received three Distinction*s in an extended diploma of sport and physical activity and is celebrating an unconditional offer for the University of Lincoln to study sport development and coaching.
Kerry Langdale, Head of Sixth Form at Skegness Academy, said:
“Well done to all our Year 12, 13 and 14 pupils who have received results today. Everyone has pulled together and worked hard in the most challenging circumstances over the past few years. I wish all those who are leaving Skegness Academy to continue their education or enter further training and employment all the best for the future.”
Emma Day, Executive Principal at Skegness Academy, said:
“Well done to all the pupils who received their results today. Thank you to our parents, staff and community for providing vital encouragement and support to our pupils over the past two years. Whilst incredibly challenging, it is fantastic to see the academic year finish on such a positive note! Everyone at Skegness Academy wishes our pupils all the best for the future!”